Let's face it, Training Classes are an investment of both time and money; however, the return on that investment can be life changing for you and your companion. Learning to train your pet is fun and doesn't require any specialized experience. Your pet will benefit from clear leadership, exercise, training and play. The result will be a well-mannered family member that is happy and a joy to live with.
Want your dog to know "sit," "stay," and "down"? Our enthusiastic instructors will help you learn to build a strong bond with your companion by improving communication, understanding, and appropriate boundaries. View our available basic training classes »
Want to do more with your dog? Come have fun with fido by joining our instructors in these interactive classes that incorporate fun and positive training techniques into everyday living to enhance your family's relationship with your canine companion. Click here to view all of our available advanced training classes »
Prerequisites: Puppy or Adult Skills Class (through NHS) or instructor permission (call: 402-444-7800, ext. 2272).
Specialty classes are just that; specialized for specific needs of pet owners. From growly or fearful dogs who won’t tolerate a standard class, to managing multiple dogs in one household, we’ve got help for you. We also provide CGC instruction and classes for dogs who have been cited for misbehavior. View available specialty training classes »
Sometimes it can be hard having an adoptive dog adjust to a new household. The Nebraska Humane Society is here to help you with all your training needs! Take our new Dog Training Classes for Recent Adopters and receive a discounted rate! Click here to view current classes »
Do you think you and your dog would prefer a little more one and one time with one of our trainers? At NHS, we offer a few different packages for both In-Home Training Sessions and Private Lessons. Learn more about pricing and private training offered by NHS »
Nothing tires out a dog and teaches him socialization like playing with other canines. NHS Playgroups get you and your dog out of the house, and into the action. Check out the available playgroups offered at NHS »